It's a bit of a rant-filled episode today on Final Fantasy Union, as we heard that some members of the audience had booed the music of Final Fantasy XIII at a recent Distant Worlds concert in France! Much of the episode is spent talking about this as we look into why they might have done it, whether they should or not and what this means.
We do also have some news related to Final Fantasy XV and even NieR. However, as we pre-recorded as always, it means we missed out on some of the some additional announcements that came out today relating to Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster on Steam and the announcement that Brave Exvius will be getting localised.
We hope you enjoy the episode, and the music at the end (from Final Fantasy VI) and we'll see you next time!
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